Hardware

Xanadu designs and builds full-stack quantum computers based on silicon photonic chips. Read on to learn more about our approach, and how to access our hardware with Strawberry Fields.

Integrated quantum nanophotonics

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Learn more about Xanadu’s quantum nanophotonic approach to quantum computing, including an overview of quantum photonic hardware, the advantages of quantum photonics over alternate approaches to quantum computing, and details of our existing X8 chip architecture.

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Accessing our hardware

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Xanadu’s photonic hardware is available today over the cloud; use Strawberry Fields to build, execute, and manage quantum programs that run directly on our photonic chips.

Hardware access can be requested via the sign up form on the Xanadu website. If you already have an access token, read on for more details on accessing our hardware via Strawberry Fields.

Hardware access for the X8 device is typically available Monday-Thursday 11:00-19:00 ET.

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Exploring our hardware

Learn how to program Xanadu’s quantum photonic hardware in Strawberry Fields with the following tutorials.